Saint Lucian Scholar, Jan Yves Remy Presents Independence Lecture

The lecture takes place at the Gros Islet Secondary School on Monday, February 24th, 2014

Jan Yves RemySaint Lucian island scholar and Geneva-based attorney, Jan Yves Remy, will present this year's Independence Lecture scheduled to take place at the Gros Islet Secondary School, starting at 7:30 pm on Monday, February 24th, 2014. 

Ms. Remy will speak on the topic – Fulfilling the Promise: Our Future in a Globalized World. 

JAN YVES REMY advises governments and private stakeholders on international trade matters, with a focus on dispute settlement under the auspices of the World Trade Organization (WTO). 

She currently works with the law firm, Sidley Austin LLP – a global law firm with over 1800 lawyers in 19 countries. 

Ms. Remy works closely with other members of the firm’s International Trade and Arbitration groups on a range of trade and dispute resolution matters. 

Before joining the WTO, Jan Yves also served for two years as a services trade analyst at the Caribbean Negotiating Machinery. 

Jan Yves is a frequent speaker on WTO law and Caribbean law matters at universities, conferences and seminars. She has been called to the Bar in Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent. 

About Jan Yves Remy:

She advises governments and private stakeholders on international trade matters, with a focus on dispute settlement under the auspices of the World Trade Organization (WTO).  Based in Geneva, Jan Yves works closely with other members of firm’s International Trade and International Arbitration groups on a range of international trade and dispute resolution matters. 

Prior to joining the firm, Jan Yves worked for six years as a legal officer with the Appellate Body Secretariat of the WTO in Geneva, where she assisted Members of the Appellate Body in their disposition of appeals of trade matters conducted under the WTO’s dispute settlement mechanism.  Jan Yves provided legal counsel to the Appellate Body Members in a number of complicated and high profile WTO disputes involving a wide range of substantive areas of WTO law. Learn more about Jan Yves Remy

Source: GIS

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